Prime Minister Narendra Modi
On January 22, Lord Shri Ram was seated in his grand palace in Ayodhya, after which Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting with the Union Cabinet. In the meeting, he advised all his colleagues not to go to Ram temple in Ayodhya. According to information received from sources, the PM has given this advice to his cabinet colleagues due to the huge crowd. Also, to avoid inconvenience to the devotees due to the protocol implemented during the VIP visit, the Prime Minister has asked them to refrain from visiting the temple.
Apart from this, the PM has advised the ministers to visit Ram temple in March. In the cabinet meeting held on Wednesday, PM Modi also asked the ministers about the feedback received from the public after the inauguration of the Ram temple built in Ayodhya. PM Modi also became emotional while discussing the temple. Before the meeting, on Wednesday, the Union Cabinet passed a resolution congratulating Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the successful completion of the consecration ceremony.
Increase in the number of devotees
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After the grand program of ‘Pran Pratishtha’ of Ram Lala held on Monday, an increase in the number of devotees was seen in the temple. About 5 lakh devotees had come to visit Ayodhya temple on Tuesday, after which the UP government has canceled the buses taking to Ayodhya till further orders. According to information received from a Rapid Action Force (RAF) officer, security forces with about 1,000 soldiers have been deployed inside and outside the temple. This deployment is expected to continue for the next few days. Apart from this, devotees had started standing in the queue since 3 o’clock on Tuesday morning, after which due to the crowd, the darshan had to be stopped for some time.
PM Modi took the lead
The idol of Ramlala was consecrated in the Ayodhya temple on Monday. This program was led by PM Modi. Apart from this, the ceremony was broadcast live across the country. Several thousand people including famous politicians, businessmen, sportspersons and actors were invited to the Pran Pratistha program.